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calcification

  1. UG Krishnamurti

    Wishing this man the best but what can we learn from looking at his markers?

    "How the f*ck did I have three blocked arteries?? I fasted, ate low carb, cut seed oils, did cardio and weights at least 5x a week. End result…. My widow maker was 95% blocked?? thank the Lord I just happened to go to cardiologist after iwatch reported afib" LINK TO THE TWITTER POST Take a...
  2. UG Krishnamurti

    VIT K2 MK-4 increased calcification/stiffness?

    While VIT K2 MK-4 [45mg] helped me with eczema and psoriasis [which maybe prove that this particular skin issues are tightly related to the blood vessels] it caused me to have symptoms of aortic valve calcification/myocarditis. Really badly. Extreme chest tightening, short cough, shallow...
  3. haidut

    Exercise causes (and worsens) arterial calcification

    A great new study sent to me by one of my readers. It will more than likely cause a lot of controversy, despite its findings having a very simple explanation. Namely, chronic exercise increases baseline cortisol and over time, cortisol (acting through the aldosterone/mineralocorticoid receptor)...
  4. S

    Cypro Works Like Vitamin K2 For A Better Jawline?

    Hi, everyone. I read on the forum about cypro having a vitamin K2-like effect on calcification, and I saw reports of people who took vitamin k2 who got, through the anti-calcification effect, a larger jaw. My question is, does cypro have the same effect? Could someone who used it report?
  5. haidut

    Vitamin K May Help Reduce Arterial Stiffness & Improve Blood Pressure

    For those of my readers who don't know, vitamin K is a prescription drug in many countries for treating/preventing osteoporosis, blood pressure, liver disease, neurological disorders, cancer, etc. Japan is where this remarkable substance enjoys perhaps the most prestige as an actual drug for...
  6. haidut

    Vitamin E, Anabolic / Catatoxic Steroids, Egg Yolks Stop Soft Tissue Calcification And (maybe) Even

    A great series of studies performed in the 1960s, with Hans Selye spearheading most of the investigations. It is amazing how much was known about human disease and aging, and how much of that knowledge has been so thoroughly forgotten to the point that doctors nowadays have never even heard of...
  7. haidut

    Vitamin K Important For Eye Health Too

    In addition to its role in bone, brain, and endocrine health now we can add eyes to the list of tissues/organs that may benefit from vitamin K as well. Unfortunately, most studies are still trying to study vitamin K from the point of view of osteocalcin and carboxylation, which only explains a...
  8. whatever

    Thiosulfate Promotes Hair Growth

    Abstract The present study describes the hair growth-promoting effects of sodium thiosulfate (STS), a widely used compound, in mice. STS accelerated hair growth in the "telogen model", suggesting that it stimulates telogen hair follicles to reenter the anagen phase of hairgrowth. In the same...
  9. Renaiscience_Man

    High Dose Aspirin And Vitamin K2 May Be The Key To Eradicate ''incurable'' Bacterial Infections Whic

    Nanobacteria: An alternative mechanism for pathogenic intra- and extracellular calcification and stone formation
  10. haidut

    Cyproheptadine Prevents / Reverses Soft Tissue Calcification

    Human equivalent dose was about 12mg daily, duration was just 4 days. Cyproheptadine prevented AND reversed soft tissue calcification by acting as an anti-heparin agent, which is similar to what vitamin K2 does. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14324165 "...In the rat, cyproheptadine...
  11. P

    Reversed Warfarin Induced Arterial Calcification By Vitamin K Supplement And K1 As Effective As K2

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17138823/ Arterial calcification (AC) is generally regarded as an independent risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Matrix Gla protein (MGP) is a potent inhibitor of AC, and its activity depends on vitamin K (VK). In rats, inactivation of...
  12. haidut

    Calcification May Be The Cause Of Age-related Bllindness

    I always thought that this would be a very logical explanation, given that both Peat and official medicine are aware of the dangers of soft-tissue calcification. However, I was surprised to find out that officially the cause of age-related macular degeneration is still considered "unknown"...
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